These free maths resources are available for non-members to download and use. Many more are available to members, and these support the teaching of concepts such as shape, numeral recognition, and mental computations. The games are colourful, easy to play, and practical to use in the classroom with a whole class or small group. I recommend building a collection of mathematical games and making a time every day for students to enjoy and learn with them.
Please browse through the navigation bar to see what kinds of other games and resources are available with membership of The Classroom Kit. Membership is very reasonably priced, and is outstanding value! Resources include both literacy and numeracy activities, games, and classroom materials.
Numeracy Games to Print and Use in the Classroom
Game Instructions: Print games in colour if possible, or onto coloured card if a colour printer is unavailable. Laminate to extend the life of your game, and cut out pieces. Store with the game instructions in bags, boxes or other containers.
Keep drawing number jellybean cards until you pull out a black jellybean. Then the next player gets a turn. Players must state the numeral aloud correctly to keep the card. When all cards have been drawn, count to see who has the most number cards. This is the winner.
A game for 2 or 3 players involving multiplying by mentally by 10, and skip counting by 10s.